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      khurtekant
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      If you’d like to comment on this article, please do so below.
      [See the full article at: A mutation from Rozella]

      Growing peonies for cutflowers in Belgium. Also hybridizing them.

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      Sam
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      Please keep us posted on your findings with the Rozella mutant. Rozella is one of our favorites here in Northwest Wisconsin in both our root sales and cutflower business.

      Fina Gardens

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      khurtekant
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      I’ll keep you informed Sam. Rozella is one of my favorites as well when it comes to double pinks and I think it’s a variety that would satisfy most or all of a peony fancier’s wishes. But my (cutflower) clients prefer pale pink peonies over dark pink ones in general, so I do hope that I was able to isolate this mutation and that it will grow well. If it succeeds, it may take quite a few years before I have larger numbers obviously.

      Growing peonies for cutflowers in Belgium. Also hybridizing them.

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